Getting ready for college is tough, but we’re here to help.

Whether you need to practice for a standardized test, you want more information about a local university, or you need some great resources for your last high school papers so you can graduate with a great GPA, we want to give you the tools you need to succeed.

Local Universities

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Grants, Scholarships, and Other Student Aids

BigFuture – Whether you’re trying to figure out how you’ll pay for college, what you’ll major in, where you’ll go, or anywhere in between, BigFuture by The College Board can help.

The College Planning Network – This website is dedicated to helping people access information on college selection, admission, financial aid and scholarships.

Education Foundation: Osceola County

FAFSA – The Free Application for Federal Student Aid, an office of the U.S. Department of Education, offers prospective students federal grants, loans, and work-study funds.  

Federal Student Aid – Don’t know if you qualify for federal student aid?  This website can help clear up some of the confusion.

It Takes Two – Scholarship resources from It Takes Two.Inc, a non-profit organization promoting young leaders.

Tax Guides– Tax tips for college tax credits and more from TurboTax.

Other Resources

Accredited Online Schools & Colleges – Prefer to pursue your degree online?  Make sure your school is accredited before you enroll!

Affordable Colleges Online – Not sure how you’re going to pay for college? From online to campus colleges, this site can help you find the most cost-effective options.

College Personality Quiz – Not sure what’s important to you in a college?  Take this personality quiz to learn what to look for in a college that will make it a better experience for you.

Go Grad – Learn about graduate programs and how to pay for them.

Learn How to Become.Org – Partnered with the Bureau of Labor Statistics, the American Job Center, and the Institute of Education Statistics, Learn How to is a reference for career path mapping. This link will take you to their guide about online education.

My Future – Not sure what’s next for you?  Explore your options with this site, whether it’s a career, college, or the military.

Study Abroad – Do your college dreams lie in distant lands?  Explore your options to study abroad with this website.

U.S. News & World Report Best Colleges – Every year, U.S. News & World Report rank the nations best colleges.  Check this out to see if the universities you’re applying for made the cut!